Active Collaborative Learning for Student Success Conference
You are invited to our Active Collaborative Learning for Student Success Conference on 28th June 2019.
This Conference will present findings from our Active Collaborative Learning Project funded by the Office for Students on how the use of active learning pedagogies have reduced attainment disparities in under-represented groups at three HEIs.
- From: Friday 28 June 2019, 9.30 am
- To: Friday 28 June 2019, 3 pm
- Registration: 9.30 am
- Location: The Old Museum, Newton Building, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 4BU
- Booking deadline: Friday 21 June 2019, 11.59 pm
The great challenge for Higher Education - the one that matters - is ensuring that all students succeed, regardless of their background.
Strategic, widespread use of active collaborative learning does just this. We have found that it reduces, and in some cases, removes gaps in student engagement, attainment and non-continuation, and gives results from the first year of adoption.
Join us for this event where our OfS-funded project will report its findings, reflect on the lessons learnt and share its blueprint model, so others can integrate active, collaborative learning at scale and achieve similar results.
This conference is for anyone with an interest in innovative methods of learning and teaching in Higher and Further Education and how redesigning the curriculum can benefit student success. Sessions will feature parallel discussions and workshops focused on the conference theme and as well as opportunities to network with institutional support services and other organisations who ensure the learning environment supports the use of these pedagogies.
For enquiries please contact Dr Loyin Olotu-Umoren, Planning and Projects Manager, NTU and Projects Manager for the ACL Project
There is no parking at the University itself, but there are many car parking facilities within a couple of minutes' walk. The nearest car park is Talbot Street Car Park. If using this car park, please exit onto Chaucer Street.
To plan your journey to the NTU City Campus, please visit the Get Directions Page on the NTU website.